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Customs college set to be world-class centre

23 September 2015, 10:13Emeka Okonkwo

Abuja - The Comptroller-General of Customs, Rtd Col. Hameed Ali, is determined to ensure the Customs Staff College remained a world class training institution.

He gave the indication in Gwagwalada, Abuja after his inspection visit to the college.

He expressed satisfaction with the college.

The environment at the college was captivating and commendable,Ali said.

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He said the college was capable of delivering a world class, skilled customs professionals.

“I am impressed and hope to keep the standard well above average, its one thing for us to build and another for us to maintain," he said.

"The standard of training must not fall. The maintenance must not fall. Our staff college must be first- class at any given time,” he declared.

The college which started in 2011, has organised a total number of 99 training programmes, during which more than 5 000 senior officers were exposed to various advanced and specialised training.


- CAJ News


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